Ubisoft’s latest addition to the Assassin’s Creed franchise entitled “Assassin’s Creed Syndicate” comes from a long line of astounding games. It now adds vehicle mayhem and even puts a new spin to the game with its new leading characters. There are also a bunch of features that may persuade gamers to go out and purchase the videogame. But are these enough to make this into a good game? The Assassin’s Creed formula is quite formulaic, and due to the word’s negative connotations, this is not necessarily a bad thing. A bunch of games of today follow a strict formula and improve on that so as not to do away with the essence of the videogame. Its playstyle is still pretty much the same (with Assassin’s Creed, stealth is always the key to proceeding with the game). Game developers, namely Ubisoft, put the stealth essence into Assassin’s Creed then improve on other factors, including the game’s main gameplay style.
There Are New Things Found for Assassin’s Creed Syndicate
One of the bolder outputs of Assassin’s Creed Syndicate is how the characters are delivered. Based on a recent hands-on experience with the game, it was seen that Ubisoft has been chasing the shadow of Ezio Auditore, which first appeared in Assassin’s Creed II. It was found that Edward and Arno did not quite live up to the expectations of being a free-spirited Italian with an unmistakable shade to which Ezio had. However, in Syndicate, these heroes stand in a more unique way as the heroes are split between brother and sister. Thus their relationship is the cornerstone of the story.
It does not mean that Ubisoft’s attempts to “resurrect” Ezio from the older installment of the Assassin’s Creed franchise is not in the form of a straight line. There are still the singular acts of heroism, coupled with the roguish behavior, which gamers know and love when it comes to the Assassin’s Creed line.
One of the more significant updates to this new installment is the addition of vehicles. Since the past games were explored with sea travel (which obviously involved ships). Players are now able to run along rooftops then get into a vehicle to be lost in the crowd of other cars before enemies are able to see them.
Assassin’s Creed Syndicate brings players a number of new features while still sticking to its old, but slightly improved version of its formula for its gameplay. Whether what has changed and what has been retained leave a meaningful and distinct impact in the game, these are all still worth something.